The California Posse Comitatus Act of 1872, a law straight out of the Wild West, could soon be no more.
Are two of our Los Angeles city councilmembers trying to chase businesses out of the city?
Agoura Hills shop expands the colors, aromas and tastes of popcorn.
What’s popping at Popped Fresh.
Design firm works to transform Chatsworth.
From a civic center to corporate offices to an upcoming live/work campus in Van Nuys, Linespace has exerted a game-changing impact on Valley architecture.
RETAIL: Dance teams and Asian cuisine draw a crowd in Glendale.
Caruso celebrates the Lunar New Year.
DISTRIBUTION: Store chain includes competitors from Eli Lilly and Teva.
CVS leaves Amgen’s Aimovig off preferred migraine drug list.
Technology: ‘Jurassic’ campaigns show promise, but not for every film.
Universal Studios executives discuss virtual reality campaigns.
David Hayes-Bautista teams with California Lutheran University to tell an economic success story.
David Hayes-Bautista of Latino Gross Domestic Product Project.
Interlink Electronics Chief Executive Steven Bronson talks about removing the company’s stock from the Nasdaq.
Steve Bronson of Interlink Electronics Inc.
Labor availability attracts tenants to newly built warehouses in Tejon.
Kern County becoming distribution center.
ENERGY: Analyst predicts upward production trend at California Resources.
California Resources Corp. looking for more acquisitions.
NUTRITION: Management at Lief Organics takes time out to assess market and industry trends.
Lief Organics holds first corporate retreat.
A report from Calabasas-based brokerage Marcus & Millichap Inc. estimates the average rent for an apartment in Los Angeles is $2,350
Burroughs’ real estate legacy celebrates its first 100 years.
It has been a century since Tarzana’s founding.
DEFENSE: Moorpark contractor orders and ships sundry items.
‘Amazon for the Pentagon’ in Moorpark.
BIOTECH: $320 million looking to tackle ‘untapped market.’
Venture fund begins hunt for life science firms.